After an early flight landing in Edinburgh, we were soon in our rental car heading north. Even though this was my first time to Scotland, the landscape seemed familiar and somewhat like home. I don’t dwell on why I feel like this because the familiarity ends when the motorway becomes narrow and sheep graze within stone-walled farmlands. Everything is green with life, a welcome change from the water starved trees and brown grass that I’ve left at home.
The first day on holiday is always a bit overwhelming to me. Excited to explore, my mind is pulled to the places I’d like to learn about, food I want to try, and people I’d like to meet. But, the body cannot keep up. I am happy to arrive at our hotel, not far from Inverness. Sleep comes quickly to those who have just had a restless, overnight flight.Read More